Donate to MDCH on GivingTuesday

GivingTuesday is an international day for giving to nonprofits like Mount Dora Children’s Home. It always occurs the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, so this year’s GivingTuesday falls on Dec. 3. When you give generously to the Children’s Home on GivingTuesday, you will be helping fund the renovations of a house on McDonald Street used in the

Join Us For Open House to Honor New President, Dr. Brian Mast

Please join us for a “Meet the President” open house from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 6, to welcome incoming new President Dr. Brian Mast. It will be held in the Samuels Student Center on the Mount Dora Christian Academy campus. Dr. Mast’s appointment follows the retirement of Dr. James Moore who has served as

Please Join us at an Upcoming Benefit Dinner

Attending a Mount Dora Children’s Home benefit dinner is a great way to learn more about this important ministry and to show your support. We hope you will join us at one of the upcoming regional dinners during the first half of 2020: Sarasota/Bradenton: Join us at the beautiful Carlisle Inn (behind Der Dutchman Restaurant)

Seniors graduate

Six students from Mount Dora Children’s Home graduated this spring (May 2019) from Mount Dora Christian Academy. They are Carly Dunson and Jude Embuscado, who both plan to attend Lake Sumter State College; Terriayna Spillman, who received a scholarship to attend Bethune-Cookman University; Johanna Vilarson, who plans to attend Harding University; Yarlin Yournet, who is

View the MDCH Video

  View our video about Mount Dora Children’s Home. It’s a story of HOPE. For more than 70 years, MDCH has offered hope to children in need of a better home and is now also helping single parents build better families. After viewing our video, we hope you will share it with your family and friends.

Your help needed to renovate aging single-parent housing

It’s makeover time for the housing used by the Single-Parent Program at MDCH, and your help is needed to make it happen. Renovations to the apartments and houses on campus began this summer and are averaging about $17,000 per unit. There are eight housing units altogether. The apartments were built in the 1970s and the